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A Presidential Golf Outing, With a Twist: Trump Owns the Place quoting : The New York Times

as mentioned in PhotoBut it was the latest reminder that Mr. Trump’s presidency is mixing his official role with the business that bears his name.
Mr. Trump is not the first president to make use of a personal retreat to engage in informal diplomacy.
There were other reminders that the visit was unfolding almost exclusively on Mr. Trump’s own turf.
But for Mr. Trump, his retreat is also a for-profit club that benefits his family business, from which he has declined to divest.
At the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, journalists traveling with him were admonished not to take pictures or video.

A Presidential Golf Outing, With a Twist: Trump Owns the Place

As it stated in It’s important for Trump to let it be known that his golf outing is a working golf outing, lest he be charged with hypocrisy.
President Trump played golf this weekend, but he wanted to make it clear that he was not just kicking back and relaxing.
Trump himself was a vocal critic of the amount of time President Obama played golf, falsely suggesting in 2015 that Obama played 250 rounds in one year.
“I don’t want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the commander-in-chief playing golf,” Bush explained to Politico in 2008.
Trump spent several hours at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Fla., last weekend, though the White House declined to say whether he was actually playing golf.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Golf Diplomacy With Donald Trump

It shouldn’t be surprising that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has put so much effort into getting on President Donald Trump’s good side.
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There is an impression in Tokyo that the Trump administration’s criticism of China provides it a shared interest with Japan.
(Trump specifically called on Japanese automakers to create more jobs in the United States and has demanded greater market access for U.S. autos in Japan.)

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